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Trump Co-Defendant is Destroying the ‘No Widespread Fraud’ 2020 Lie in Court

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Fulton County prosecutors have admitted in court that no signature verification was conducted on 148,000 mail-in ballots during the 2020 election. Holy shnit-feathers!

It happened during a hearing in Harrison Floyd’s case. Harrison Floyd is one of the 18 Trump co-defendants who was indicted on RICO charges related to questioning the stolen election in Georgia. Since Floyd’s legal team just proved in court that the 2020 election was stolen, both prosecutors and the judge are suddenly trying to figure out some way to dismiss the case and get it out of the headlines as fast as they can.

 

Rather than accept a plea deal, Harrison Floyd and his attorneys have set out to prove that the charges against him are BS because the 2020 election was in fact stolen. Since Fulton County is trying to send Floyd to prison for years, his legal team gets to subpoena all sorts of evidence to try to prove his innocence. One of the things that Floyd’s team subpoenaed was Fulton County’s signature verification records from the 2020 election.

The reasoning behind this is an affidavit from Mark Wingate, a member of the Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections (BRE). Wingate was one of the individuals who objected to certifying Georgia’s 2020 election results. In his sworn affidavit, Wingate stated that he objected to the certification on the following grounds.

Fulton County did not do any signature verification on any of the 148,000 absentee-by-mail ballots in 2020. The Fulton County Board of Commissioners stated this directly to the BRE. The Board never provided the chain-of-custody documents that the BRE requested. The Board never provided dropbox surveillance footage that the BRE requested. And the Board never provided answers to the allegations of misconduct at State Farm Arena on election night.

Based on the lack of signature verification, the lack of chain-of-custody documents, the lack of dropbox surveillance footage, and no answers to the State Farm Arena shenanigans (where they pulled the magic suitcase ballots out from under a table after observers had been sent home), the 2020 election should never have been certified in Georgia. Period.

During the March 1 hearing, Fulton County prosecutors explained that they could not provide the signature verification data to Harrison Floyd’s legal team. By the way, Big Fat Fani Willis was absent from the courtroom for this, because she’s got her own problems she’s dealing with right now.

Georgia has a system called Bluecrest that’s used to verify signatures. It sounds handy. You can take batches of mail-in ballots and run them through the Bluecrest machine, and the computer verifies the signature on the outside of the envelope against your signature that’s on file in one of two places—either the DMV or your voter registration file.

Floyd’s defense attorney told the judge that his understanding was that the Bluecrest sorting and signature verification system was not operational on election night. Prosecutors responded that Bluecrest was not used to verify the signatures on those 148,000 mail-in ballot envelopes.

Floyd’s attorney: “My understanding is now that the Bluecrest sorting and signature verification machine was not working?”

Fulton County prosecutor: “No, we just didn’t use it.”

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger should be immediately fired and prosecuted because of that exchange. Remember when the Georgia Secretary of State’s office did an audit in late November of 2020? They came back after that audit and Raffensperger claimed that there were NO PROBLEMS with the signatures. They had checked the Bluecrest data, according to Raffensperger, and the signatures all matched.

There was never any Bluecrest data to audit, because the machine was not used on election night. Raffensperger lied. The Georgia 2020 election should never have been certified.

But back to the courtroom. The judge then asks prosecutors if they can provide any ballot images that were scanned on election night. One of the prosecutors sheepishly replies, “Nothing was scanned, your honor.”

The signature verification process is necessary to ensure that mail-in ballots are authentic. Without signature verification, it’s impossible to tell if a mail-in ballot was cast by the correct voter, or if it was harvested, filled out, and signed by an illegal alien working in a sweatshop operated by the Mafia in Philadelphia. (Yes, that actually happened in Pennsylvania in 2020.)

Joe Biden’s fake margin of victory in Georgia was a mere 11,779 votes. No signature verification was done on 148,000 mail-in ballots. We just want to preemptively congratulate Harrison Floyd on the fact that all the charges against him are about to be dismissed.


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